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Lanre Olagoke

16 Dec 2018
Beyond investing and partnering with Africa in infrastructural development, China keeps showing interest in the art and culture sector, so indicates an ongoing partnership.
25 Mar 2018
A U.K.-based youth empowerment NGO, Art-Alive Arts Trust has new outlets for artists to project their works on the international art appreciation space. In partnership with a Mauritius-based tourism and property development group, the Lanre Olagoke-led Art-Alive hopes to have works of Nigerian artists, among others on display as part of embellishments at Mauritius’ holiday…
10 Sep 2017
Before ‘Open Door’ was launched, Olagoke founded a charity group, Art-Alive Arts Trust, with several thousands of youth beneficiaries and Soho Arts Fair, also aimed at empowering young artists, all in London.

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